Standard & Poors released the September Case-Shiller Index Tuesday. The Case-Shiller Index is a home-value tracker. The report shows home prices down 0.7% from August and values fading, in general.. Case-Shiller representatives assessed the findings as “another weak report; weaker than last month”, citing deterioration in 18 of 20 tracked markets.
PHH exits correspondent lending as rest of industry steps in But falling trading revenue and the drop off in mortgage originations caused a 15.0% decline in financial profits. There was also a 9.1% decline in profits from the rest of the world. today.
Recent data suggests that the U.S. housing market is in recovery. However, the data also shows this to be an uneven recovery. According to the monthly S&P/Case-Shiller Index, for example, home values rose in three of 20 tracked markets between December 2011 and January 2012. 17 tracked markets showed home prices still in decline.
CoreLogic: Negative equity props up home prices in toughest markets Central Florida’s housing market tide came up for air at the end of last year with regards to properties with an underwater mortgage, a new report from corelogic showed. metro orlando, known as.
As of June 2011, 19 of the 20 MSAs covered by S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices and both monthly composites were up versus May – Portland was flat. However, they were all down compared to June 2010. Twelve of the 20 MSAs and both Composites have now increased for three consecutive months, a sign of the seasonal strength in the housing market.
The producers of the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller home price indices injected a dose of reality into their report for April. David M. Blitzer Managing Director and Chairman of the company’s Index.
President Obama urges financial regulators to speed up reforms Lawmakers agree on the need for reform, but expressed skepticism about the administration’s proposal.A day after President Barack Obama announced a broad financial regulatory plan, Treasury.
Further Improvement in Case-Shiller House Price Index in July By petergrist on September 27, 2011 (). House prices continued to improve in July with Standard and Poor’s reporting a 0.9% (NSA) gain in both Case-Shiller composite house price indexes (HPIs). This is the fourth consecutive monthly increase in the Composite 20 (CS20) and Composite 10 (CS10) HPIs, with overall gains of 3.7%.
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Improved monthly Case-Shiller shows housing recovery weaker than thought S&P Case-Shiller: Is housing ready for spring home-buying season? Trey Garrison was a Senior Financial Reporter for.
Capital Economics: Measure suggests home prices dropping, not just slowing Trey Garrison The new Case-Shiller house price index is a substantial improvement on Richard Stein – Realtor, Douglas Elliman, GREEN, SFR, CBR, eCertified Blog Archive Improved monthly Case-Shiller shows housing recovery weaker than thought
Improved monthly Case-Shiller shows housing recovery weaker than thought Capital economics: measure suggests home prices dropping, not just slowing and housing recovery weaker than originally thought. The new Case-Shiller house price index is a substantial improvement on its predecessors because it offers a monthly read, and that monthly read.